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AmandaScott

Little cat needs a home

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We have a menagerie of 6 cats and a dog, some adopted in Tanzania and some here. We're moving back to the UK and are of course taking them all with us. However, one of our sweet girls is very shy and nervous and the others bully her. She hangs out outdoors most of the time, avoiding them, and we are thinking that it might be better to find her a calmer family here rather than take her with us. It'll break our hearts but we have to think about what's best for her. If you are able to give her a home, or know someone who could,  please let me know. Her name is Baby Girl and she's sterilised and about 18 months old. She's never lived indoors, mostly due to the Tanzanian Posse of three cats who are very territorial, but eats inside and with the right people would transition to indoors easily I think, although she is very wary of people even now, so she may remain an outdoor cat. She is close to the dog and our other Italian cat. Thanks for any advice or offers of help with her. Ps, of course if we can't find her a home here she will come with us :) Amanda

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Thank you Clint. It's a horrible situation, I wish we could get her integrated into the family, but the Tanzanian cats are disgraceful towards her. We call them the Peaky Blinders. For obvious reasons

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14 hours ago, AmandaScott said:

Thank you Clint. It's a horrible situation, I wish we could get her integrated into the family, but the Tanzanian cats are disgraceful towards her. We call them the Peaky Blinders. For obvious reasons

we had a kitten dumped in our garden in June the other 4 cats are really not that keen on him, very unusual for our oldest cat who always takes the new kittens under his wings. although they don't want anything to do with him and the occasional confrontation they sort get along.

I know what  for 4 years we had to keep 2 dogs separated not an easy life

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